The following list of resources is provided to assist students in writing scholarly papers and in determining what is meant by the term scholarly references. You are encouraged to also check with the library at your campus for additional resources.
University of Saskatchewan Resources
- Input the start date and due date for your paper and you will be given a timeline for completing each step in the research and writing process. Links are provided to online resources and guides to support the activities in each step.
- Find information on drop-in tutoring, online tutoring and resources, writing help videos, as well as information about writing workshops on essay-writing, punctuation, grammar, organization, thesis statements and clarity.
- Visit the ‘Get Help' tab and section called 'Get Writing Help - Just for Nurses!' that provides a list of print and electronic books available at the U of S Library.
- Visit this site for anything related to citation, in particular, visit the ‘APA Style' and ‘Why to Cite Sources: Academic Honesty & Plagiarism' tabs.
Learning How to Write to Avoid Plagiarism
- Rutgers University tutorial video
- Acadia University tutorial on plagiarism
- How Not to Plagiarize from University of Toronto Writing Centre
- Electronic Reference Format from the American Psychological Association
Information on Scholarly Writing
- Thoughts on scholarly writing - Latham, J.R. (2002)
- A guide to scholarly writing in nursing. Back to School - Hallas, D., & Feldman, H.R. (2006)
Information on Scholarly References
- References for college papers. University of Wisconsin - Dutch, S. (2008)
Additional APA Resources for Students in Graduate Programs
The following APA resources and examples have been prepared specifically for students in our graduate programs. Undergraduate students may also find them helpful.